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In this video we share our #1 hack for organizing medical supplies and other items for your special needs child.
Links mentioned in this video:
Simple Housewares Hanging Organizer (clear plastic pockets)
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In this episode we are talking to binge eating disorder expert Kathryn Hansen who is going to discuss how to resolve binge eating or compulsive overeating in your life, if you’re a parent of a special needs child and using overeating as a coping mechanism for stress.
Kathryn Hansen recovered from bulimia in 2005; and since then, she has been dedicated to educating and empowering women and men who struggle with all forms of binge eating. She is the author of Brain over Binge (2011), and The Brain over Binge Recovery Guide (2016). Kathryn offers an alternative voice in the field of eating disorders—teaching brain-based reasons for why binge eating occurs, and departing from mainstream ideas that say eating disorders are the result of underlying emotional or psychological problems and require years of therapy to fix. Her goal is to make recovery attainable for anyone who wants to live free of binge eating.
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Brain Over Binge resources:
Brain Over Bingehttps://tinyurl.com/y8jcslup
Brain Over Binge Recovery Guide
Coaching course: https://brainoverbinge.com/course/
In this episode, we are joined by our guest, college professor and certified life coach Kari Ann Atkinson, who will walk us through:
-what is life coaching
-how can it help special needs parents
-how to handle a crisis
-how to manage overwhelm and too many to-do's
-how to manage your thoughts to manage your mood
For more information on Kari Ann or to contact her:
Kari Ann Atkinson is a certified life coach and college professor. As a mom with two teenage daughters, including one with special needs, she fully understands the unique challenges and struggles that parents in similar situations face. Kari Ann uses her expertise and experience to assist her clients in achieving their best life possible by helping improve their relationships, manage overwhelm and reduce anxiety.
Being a caregiver to a child with significant special needs for over a decade, Laura McGrath wants to provide support and information to the special needs community.
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